It was another beautiful day in Hollywood…Hollywood Studios that is! We found some new updates including progress on Star Wars — Galaxy’s Edge!
We’ll start this update out on Hollywood Boulevard.
We found a bunch of changes in Animal Kingdom when we were there visiting. Check out what we found on our culinary safari of Disney’s Animal Kingdom this week!
We’ll start our tour out where we always to – on Discovery Island.
“Who’s your friend who likes to play?”
“BING BONG, BING BONG!”
Welcome to Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff Confectionery, which is now open on Disney California Adventure’s new Pixar Pier! Riley’s imaginary best friend from Inside Out, Bing Bong, is serving treats inspired by the candy tears he cries.
Pixar Pier is opening in Disney California Adventure in a matter of DAYS, and I can’t WAIT to get there!
But none of us have to wait any longer to take a sneak peek at some of the colorful, whimsical, plentiful goodies coming to Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff!
Buuuut…while Pixar Pier will officially open on June 23rd, according to Disney’s latest post, Bing Bong’s won’t open until “later this summer.” We’re guessing that means it won’t be ready for this weekend???
Super bummer…but we have lots to check out in the meantime, because this confectionery will bring all sorts of classic Disney snacks — along with unique offerings as well — to guests on Pixar Pier. [Read more…]
When Disneyland Resort introduced a brand new Pixar Fest Afternoon Tea a couple of weeks ago, we were chomping at the bit to learn more — and to get in on that tea and sandwiches action! The Pixar Fest Afternoon Tea is a part of the on-going (and delicious!) Pixar Fest, so guests can reserve tea through September 3, when the festival ends.
We were there on DAY 1 to enjoy it, so let’s head over to Steakhouse 55 and enjoy afternoon tea!
The cost of the Pixar Fest Afternoon Tea is $52-$65 per adult and $35 per child, and its location at Steakhouse 55 raised our expectations. We’d already had a great experience at Steakhouse 55 for regular old afternoon tea. Imagine what would happen when they Pixar-fied it!